Hyundai has shown two teaser images of the promising Ioniq 7 SUV. The all-electric SUV will debut at the AutoMobility show in Los Angeles on November 17th.
The South Korean brand says the new full-size car concept reflects “the company’s future design and technological innovation in the era of electric mobility.” Judging by the photographs, we can notice a pronounced “pixel” lighting technology, with which the manufacturer has been actively flirting lately. In addition, it is noticeable that the car is somewhat different from the current Hyundai family design and has short overhangs, hinting at good off-road capabilities.
However, much more interesting is the unusual image with a lonely chair, against the background of which the window line of the body is visible. According to Hyundai, the entire interior will be made from environmentally friendly materials, providing an incredibly comfortable environment. The floor in the salon will be completely flat.
Interestingly, the Hyundai Ioniq 7 could, in theory, begin to be produced in the United States. At a minimum, the concern has already announced its plans to master the assembly of electric vehicles in this country from 2022, but no specifics regarding the model range were said.
Specifications for the crossover have not yet been announced. However, it is possible that the car will receive a battery with a capacity of 77 kWh, which the younger Ioniq 5 will also receive. However, for the flagship model, Hyundai will certainly provide for more capacious models.
We also advise you to watch a detailed test drive of the Hyundai Staria 2021 from the FineAuto team: